Iyabo Ojo and Tonto Dikeh, well-known Nigerian celebrities, are currently facing criticism for their recent video, in which they documented the process of purchasing a new casket for Mohbad.
It should be noted that during discussions about Mohbad’s burial, there were concerns raised about the size of the initial casket in which he was buried, leading to calls for a more appropriately sized casket to honor the late artist.
However, what drew attention and raised questions among netizens was their choice to record the process of acquiring the casket. Some Nigerians questioned whether Iyabo and Tonto’s decision to document this private moment stemmed from genuine compassion or a desire for attention and publicity.
Famous9ja reported few hours ago that the CEO of Ebony Vaults, Dehinde Harrison, offered to provide several services for Mohbad’s burial ceremony free of charge, including a free hall, pallbearers, a horse carriage, and wreath bearers.
Reacting to the post;
Abeni had this to say,
“Is it necessary to record the act of commemoration? This isn’t me calling them clout chasers, but is it necessary tho’? Seeing those coffins just gives me chills
Dr Dípò Awóiíde had this to say,
“This is excessive. I doubt reasonable person will record and share a video of themselves shopping for a casket for their family member. This video should not exist and certainly shouldn’t be on the internet. This is very unfortunate.”
Fela Cas had this to say,
“Two clout chasers doing everything for the camera”
Osun è ku iroju I had this to say,
“I have once said it and will still reiterate it again. These people care less about Mohbad. They are all about clout chasing. With my over 4 decades on earth, I have never seen anyone do a video while shopping for a casket. It’s so gri ss. Haha”